Ain’t a party without some Koozie, amiright?
UMFS’ president, Greg Peters, dropped by the festivities.
What will a 50 dollar donation get you?
Various prizes for all levels of donors.
I smell a winner in the house…
NBC-12 General Manager, Kym Grinnage, was the first donor of the night. And yes, he’s my dad.
Show me the Money!
Part of our incredibly committed Amazing Raise committee.
The cut-outs are always a crowd pleaser.
I couldn’t help it. There was a mirror.
The shirt says it all.
The Amazing Raise was more than just a video contest to UMFS, we had an Amazing Raise party, too! The event gave donors, volunteers and employees a chance to mingle and support the organization that we all love.
Many thanks to the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown and Thirst and Fifth Gastropub for the amazing venue.
I caught this sketch…
Which blossomed into this.
One of my favorite images.
A beautiful machine.
Play it Kool.
The brightest gallery possible.
The kids of Art 180 are everywhere.
Richmond, Virginia has transformed into a mecca for public art. That transformation began in 2012 when Venture Richmond partnered with local and national street artists and boom!– the RVA Street Art Festival was born.
So, this may have been the most amusing project that I’ve ever done. Before this, I had never attempted to make a radio spot.
This video is part of a series of recruitment focused videos designed to capture the attention of prospective foster parents.